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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

NATIONAL DISASTER COO,RDINATING COUNCI

National Disaster Management Center, Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Philipp.ines

NDCC UPDATE

SitRep No. 10 on Humanitarian Coordinations on Tropical Storm "ONDOY"

Releasing Officer:

L.: , JR, MD, MBAH

er- n-Charge, OCD

Sources: DOST-PAGASA, AFP, PCG, PNP. DSWD, DPWHMMDA, OCDRCs /, III, IV-A, IV-B, V, CAR, NCR & DROMIC

DATE : 28 September 2009, 4:00 PM

I. STATUS OF SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATIONS (Tab A-1 & A-2) 1.1 Summary of Assets Deployed and Number of Persons Rescued

Assets - 12 ambulances, 33 M35 trucks, 59 rubber boats and 112 other vehicles, AFP: 6 officers, 5 companies." 137 EPS and 13 platoons; 20 US Servicemen, 2 US watercraft, 1 US Chopper, 8 Island Cruise

Number of Persons Rescued - 7,908 persons

1.2 Coordination Activities

• NDCC Relief Center No.4 - Kalayaan Hall, Malacanang Grounds

o Contact Person - Luli Arroyo and all female members of PGMA's Family

o Tel Nos. - 734-2192 or 734-3971- 86

• DSWD established donations drop-off points as follows:

DSWD DONATIONS DROP OFF-POINTS

AREA CONTACT PERSON
1. National Resource Operations Mrs. Francia Fabian
Center, Chapel Road, Pasay Tel No.: 852-8081
City Cell No.: 0918-930-2356
2. Quezon City Area Rey Martija or Imee Rose Castillo
Disaster Resource Operations Tel No.: 951-7119
Monitoring and Info Center 951-2435 or
(DROMIC) DSWD Central Office Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera
Contact No.: 0918-934-5625
3. Manila Area Dir. Thelsa P. Biolena
DSWD- NCR Dir. Delia Bauan
San Rafael cor Legarda Sts. Contact Nos.: 734-8622; 734-8642
Quiapo, Manila Telefax: NDCC Opcen (+632) 911-1406; 912-2665; 912-5668; NDCC Secretariat (+632) 912-0441; 912- 5947;

Office ofthe Administrator, OCD (+632) 912-2424 Email: dopcen@ndcc.gov.ph Website: www.ndcc.gov.ph

• DOH DONATIONS DROP OFF-POINT - MMD-DOH CENTRAL OFFICE Engr. Dave Masiado

Cell No. 0917-816-3400

• NDCC established Advance Command Posts (ACP) in various strategic areas in Metro Manila:

1. Katipunan Avenue cor. Aurora Boulevard, Marikina City. The over-all commander is Hon. Mayor Marides Fernando while the Incident Commanders are Mr. Robert Nacianceno and Mr. Ramon Santiago of MMDA with telephone numbers (0917) 322.1951 and (0920) 938 9914.

2. Alpha base 8th Floor, Pasig City Hall with telephone number 643-0000. the over-all commander is Mayor Roberto Eusebio.

3. Club House, City Hall of Cainta City headed by Mayor Ramon lIagan, with telephone numbers (0927) 220-4744, (0917) 535-0028and 665- 0846

4. Department of Public Order, Safety Hall, Quezon City. The over-all commander is Mayor Sonny Belmonte while the incident Commander is Ms. Teresa Amarillo with telephone number (0921) 655.5262

a. NDCC on-site coordination center has been established at the Incident Command Post led by Col. Gregorio Catapang, PA at Ever Gotesco, Ortigas to support SAR and relief efforts

b.Advanced Command Post for Angono, Taytay and Cainta is at City Hall of Taytay, Rizal; for San Mateo and Montalban is at San Mateo Plaza; remaining municipalities is at Baras Police Station

Assets Deployed

• AFP-PAF deployed dump truck, ambulance and IPV of one unit each

• Assets deployed to the flooded areas in Metro Manila by AFPDRTF (HSC, SEG and MP, GHQ, PN, PMC, 'PAF, 525Ebde, PA and NGRRCDG); PNP; PCG; VCRC, 51DRC, ICMOTF, 7Sth CG- NCRC; AFPRESCOM; PMC; and MMDA (Details on Tab A)

• AFP dispatched M35 trucks to haul relief goods for relief distribution in Marikina City

• SBMA - 15 personnel of SBMA Fire Department and SWAT (lED) proceeded to PNRC National headquarters to augment rescue operations in the flooded areas in Metro Manila with one (1) rescue van, 1 rubber boat and 2 dump trucks

• NOLCOM S03rd Infantry Brigade conducted rescue and retrieval operations in the landslide areas (Brgy. San Juan-Banyo, Arayat, Pampanga

• PNP dispatched various SAR equipment such as: NCR SRU Van, Squad EMS-NHQ, SOD-NHQ, engines, water tanker, mini-pumper rubber boats, jaguar, fire trucks and others for SAR operations in Regions I, III, IV-A and

Metro Manila ,

• The 51st Engineering Brigade, PA organized and dispatched a Disaster, Rescue and Relief Operations team composed of 6 Officers and 60 enlisted personnel led by Commander Simoy with 2 loaders, 2 dump trucks, 3 Canter Elf and 1 backhoe loader

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• The US Contingent: 1 Officer and 17 EPs, with night capability equipment, 2 rubber boats and 1 chopper (Bell 214) arrived in the afternoon of 27 Sept to support SAR operations. The contingent rescued six persons from Ever Gotesco, Cainta and distributed two hundred packs of. assorted goods (five kilos each) to affected families

• Two (2) DRRUs with two (2) units rubber boats from Philippine Navy -Poro Point, San Fernando, La Union proceeded to Bulacan to augment the rescue operations

Donations

• UNICEF provided assorted food and non-tood uterns amounting to PhP5,368,353.76 and tarpaulins worth $31,140. The items were turned over to DSWD for distribution to the flood affected areas

• CEISSAFP coordinated with SMART Telecom re: Installation of GSM900 repeater at NDCC Operation Center to enhance mobile phone signal inside the OPCEN building

• Globe Telecom temporarily lent four (4) hotlines at NDCC OPCEN to augment the communication capability of in responding to emergency calls in the calamity areas during the entire TS "Ondoy" Operations, with the following hotline numbers: (0917) 733.4193, (0917) 733.4256, (0917) 733.4263 and (0915) 536.6719

• The Manila and Subic Yacht Clubs lent rubber boats to the NDCC for use of response teams in the conduct rescue operations.

• Dr. Rafael Rodriguez of Medical Plaza donated 1 unit rubber boat to NDCC which was turned over to the AFP

•. Ms.Cynthia Rodriguez and Family of Corinthian Gardens, QC provided relief goods such as: 5 boxes noodles, 8 packages skyflakes crackers; 4 bottles Coco Jam, 5 cans pork & beans, assorted clothing, blankets and 16 cups noodles

• Aileen Lawigan, friend of Executive Secretary Ermita, donated ready-to-eat food packs for stranded passengers

• San Miguel Corporation and Petron Corporation donated 20 pieces 2.7 kg cylinder with gasoline lamps for use in the evacuation areas

• PHAP Cares Foundation thru Executive Director Glecy C. Cuenca donated 5 boxes of assorted medicines.

• DSWD had distributed the following items at the Rosario Sports Complex: 5 b.ig boxes of doughnuts, 146 small boxes of doughnuts, 52 bags of hotmeal, 4 boxes of bottled water, 12 bags of used clothes, and 2 bags of blankets

NDCC Issuances

• Declared a State of National Calamity in the following areas in view of the

extensive effects of Tropical Storm "Ondoy":

- The whole of National Capital Region (NCR)

- CAR: Mt. Province, Ifugao and Benguet

- Region I: Pangasinan, La Union and llocos Sur

- Region II: Isabela, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya

- Region III: Aurora, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, Pampanga, Bulacan, Tarlac

and Bataan

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- Region IV-A: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon

- Region IV-B: Mindoro (Occidental and Oriental) and Marinduque

- Region V: Catanduanes, Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur

• Issued NDCC Circular to Chairmen of RDCCs I, II, llland CAR directing them to undertake necessary response measures to avoid loss of lives and destruction of properties and NDCC MEMO Order No. 18 on the suspension of classes at all levels in Metro Manila including the province of Rizal on 28 September 2008

NDCC Rice Assistance

• The NDCC facilitated the release of 3,900 sacks of rice to the following:

Region IV-A - Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, 1st District Batangas; Rizal; Quezon; CDCC Calarnba, Laguna; and CDCC Sta. Rosa, Laguna (a total of 2,300 sacks of rice)

Region III - 1st District Bulacan and PDCC Bulacan for a total of 600 sacks of rice

NCR - a total of 1,000 sacks of rice

• A total of PhP4,005,832.80 assistance was provided by DSWD (PhP 2,068,685.50) and LGUs (PhP1,937, 148.30)

NDCC Member Agencies' Humanitarian Action

• AFP-PAF dispatched DART Team A (Disaster Alert Response Team) to the affected areas of NCR and Central Luzon composed of 18-members of reservist, enfis.ted personnel and civilian volunteers

• DOH activated all DOH CHD's operations center 24 hours/7days with continuous coordination with the LGUs concerned and prepositioned drugs and medicines in all affected areas; has provided 150 pieces of cadaver bags and six (6) boxes of assorted drugs and medicines. DOH-HEMS augmented 350 boxes of bottled water (8,400 bottles) for NCR and same quantity for CHD IV-A

• DSWD's on-going interventions are activation of the Quick Response team and Social Welfare and Disaster (oRT/SWAD) teams to provide technical assistance to the disaster-affected local government units (LGUs) on disaster operations; provided PhP635,056.00 worth of relief goods consisting of food and non-food commodities to the affected families; and prepositioned stand-by funds, family food packs and stockpile of relief commodities composed of food and non-food amounting to PhP19,981,158.35 by the field offices concerned along the typhoon path

• PNRC rescued 282 persons and provided relief assistance to the victims

• National Grid Corporation of the Philippines conducted power restoration in various damaged sub-stations (SIS). All lines are on normal operation except San Jose, Bulacan and CND-San Miguel (Bacnotan, San Miguel, La Union); waiting for normalization of load systems from distribution utilities (Meralco for Metro Manila area) and electric cooperatives.

• BFP's emergency responders were dispatched to the flooded areas along the thoroughfares of Metro Manila areas covering Districts I, II, III, IV and V

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• DPWH conducted damage assessment in all affected areas. Based on assessment, all are passable except Cabagan Sta Maria Concrete Overflow due to swollen river; deployed 1 unit dump truck to Pasay City

• DepEd reported that 34 schools were damaged: 27 elementary schools, 7 high school in Regions CAR, NCR, III and IV-A amounting to PhP19.2M. There are 73 school buildings used as evacuation centers housing 1,650 families and 1,366 individuals

• Philippine Coast Guard has rescued 2,784 persons in San Juan, Manila, Quezon City, Marikina City, Pasig City, Taguig City, Paranaque City, Rizal and Laguna.

• OWWA set up assistance center at NDCC Operation Center for the families ofOFWs

• Region IV-A

o Rescue operations being conducted in Cainta, Rizal by AFP. PRO IV-A, BFP IV -A and PCG

o DSWD IV-A distributed 1 augmented 3,300 family food packs, mats, blankets, used clothings and relief assistance in Batangas, Rizal and Cavite amounting to P7,114.50 with support of transportation from PNP/SOLCOM

o Established Command Post in Vista Verde to continuously monitor and provide assistance to Rizal Province affected areas

o Local DCCs and BFP, AFP, PNP continuously providing assistance to LGUs in the conduct of SAR and relief operations

o RDCC IV-A J OCD IV-A coordinated with concerned agencies for the on-going SAR and relief operations

PGMA Sagip-Tulong Activities by PAGCOR

• 1000H 27 September 2009, deployed three (3) teams and distributed bread and water to various evacuation centers in Malanday, Marikina and at Brgy. Tatalon, Quezon City

• Set-up of a medical mission with eleven (11) doctors and distributed medicines, bread and water at the Santolan Elementary School, Pasig City and Brgy. Tanonq, Marikina City

• Deployment of PGMAlPAGCOR buses to bring evacuees and stranded to people to various evacuation centers.

• Continuously coordinating with PNP and AFP for the transport and distribution of relief goods

• Distributed Five Hundred (500) packs of rice and additional ten (10) cavans of rice for the three (3) evacuation centers in Marikina and four (4) in Pasig City

• 28 September 2009, donation of three (3) motorized rubber boats to NDCC

• Continuous distribution of relief goods to evacuation centers

II. EFFECTS

A. Summary of Affected Population (Tab 8) • 90,223 families 1453,033 persons

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• No. of Evacuation Centers: 207

• Total Evacuees:

.Inside ECs - 23,147 families 1115,990 persons Outside ECs -7,791 families 136,421 persons

B. Casualties (Tab C)

• DEAD: 140

NCR - 7 (3 in Muntinlupa City; 2 in NIA Road, Quezon City; 1 Marikina

City and 1 in Brgy. Bato, San Juan) CAR - 1 (Kabugao, Apayao)

III - 36 (24 in Bulacan and 12 in Arayat, Pampanga)

IV-A - 96 (1 in Cala.ca, Batangas; 1 in Calauag Quezon, 82 in Rizal, 2 in Cavite, 10 in Laguna

• MISSING: 32 (1 in Kabayan Benguet, 20 in Tanay, Rizal, 9 in Infanta, Pangasinan and 2 in Arayat, Pampanga)

• INJURED: ~ (1 in Sta. Cruz, Laguna, 1 in Cavite and 3 in Kabayan, Benguet)

III. Cost of Damages (Tab D) Total- PhP1,410,922,537.50

Infrastructure - PhP1,410,710,000.OO (Roads and Bridges - 1,319,510,000.00; Schools - PhP19,200,OOO.00)

Agriculture - PhP212,537.50

Damaged Houses (Tab E) - Grand total of Damaged Houses = 558 Totally = 204

Partially = 354

IV. Cost of Assistance (Tab F) Total - PhP 5,506,257.30

V. Lifelines

a. Region IV-A - No power in Real, Infanta and Gen. Nakar

b. Status of Roads and Bridges (TAB G)

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Sitrep No, 10

TabA·1

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" Assets Deployed

As of 28 September 2ooS, 4;00 PM

UNIT ASSETS DEPLOYED AREA I RESULTS OF OPERATIONS
AFP
HSC, SEG and MP, GHQ 1 Fire Truck Ambulance Gate 3, 4, 5, and 6 Still in the area pravld~ng assistance to
1 Ambulance commuters and stranded vehicle
10 M35Trucks
2 R~bber Boats
NCRC, PN 1 M35Truck Quia po/Espana Rescue operanons on~going
2 Rubber Boats
1 Officer
B EP
NSFNCR, PN 1 Officer Libis, Q,C, / Pasig Rescue operations on-going
1 M35 truck
1 Rubber boat
NSC,PN 30 EP Standby at PMRF
PMC 1 Pltn Parenaque Rescue operations on-going
1 Wrecker
1 M351ruck
1 LARC Vehicles
2 Rubber boats
PAP 1 M35 Truck BrQY, Protaclc, Pasay Rescue operaUons on-going
2 M35Trucks Brgy. Villamor, Pasay City Retum to VAB, awaiting for deployment
2 M35 Trucks Villamor Airbase, Pasay City Rescue operations on-going
525 Ebde, PA 1 Pltn wi rubber boat Hentage·C5 Road Rescue of stranded residents on-going
1 M3S Truck
NCR RCDG, PA 1 Pltn wi rubber boat San Mateo Rizal Rescue of flocd-victlrns on·goinQ
4 Officer
14 EP Mariklna City Rascue of flood-victims on-goIng
2 Rubber boats
SSU, PA 1 Pltn w/l·M35 C5·GHD On·going clearing
SEBn, PA 1 Coy w/2-M35 EDSA-GHD On-qoinq clearing
Scty Coy, 210 & DRF, NCRC 1 Pltn 36A, 18th A.e, QC Rescued residents of 4 houses that collapsed
Redeployed from previous location and
51 st EBQ, Libis, D,C, presently conducting ORRO
51DRC, NCR 1 Pltn EDSA·Santolan Rescued stranded residents/commuters
Redeployed from previous location and
Brgy, Barangka, Provident Subd. Marikina City presenlly conducting DRRO
JCMOTF, NCRC 12 Personnel Tatolon, QC SUII conduc.ng DRRO
AFPRESCOM, NCRC·DRTG 1 PI'" Palo St., Proj, 2, DC Still conducting rescue eperanons
75Oth, NCRC 1 Coy 18th Ave QC Rescued children and WOmen
12 Personnel Wesj RlversideQC Rescue operation on- oln
1 Pltn Riverbank, Mankins City Rescue 0 eration on-going
1 Pltn Laloma, QC Rescue operation on·golng
10 Per:sonnel Cainta, Rizal Rescue op.l,aUon on-going
PMC 14 Personnel wI 1 LARC MarikinaCily Proceeding to 'the area
1 EP Rescue operations on-going
1 Rubber boat
AFP 1 PltnlM35 Project z, DC
1 CovC-l1SKW 18th Ave, QC
12 Pets lSKW West Riverside QC
1 PitnIM35 V. Luna Area
12 Pers wi 1 LARC MarikinaCity
12 Pers w/2 Rubber Boats V. Luna Area
1 COV/M35 BaranQCB, Marikina
1 M35 On the way to Marikln. trom BNS
1 Rubber boat
11B & HHSBn, 2 10 2 Pltns TanaY Proper, Rizal Rescue operations on·going
2 DTU, 210 1 COY Sampaloc & Marcos Highway, Tanay, Rizal Rescue operations on-going
AlI6IB,2ID Siniloan Mabitac. Laguna Rescue operations on:going
CMO Bn, 210 Pilili., Rizal Rescue operations on-going
'CI1SIB ,2 10 Mary Gold Rodri'guez, Rizal Rescue operations on'QoinQ
51· Engineering Brigade, PA 6 Officers
60 Enlisted Personnel
2 loaders
2 dump trucks
3 Canter Elf
1 Backhoe loader
peG
1 Team/Rubber boat Fairview
1 T eamiRubber boat San Francisco, Q.C.
1 TeamiRubber boat Parana que
1 Team/Rubper boat Montalban
1 TeamiRubber boet Biak na Bato, Qu.ezon City
1 Team/Rubber boat Marikina via Martkina River

PNP
1 Rubber Boat wi Rescue Team Pasi City
1 Rubber Boat wi Rescue Team Provident. Marikin.
1 M45 Truck
1 Rubber Boal wI Rescue Team Antipolo, City
1 M45 Truck
3 M35 Trucks CAMANAVA area
4 TroD Carrier wI Rescue platoons Taguig
1 Elf Posig City
1 M35
2 M35 EPD with Rescue Teams Marikina City
1 Rescue Van EPD) Pasia City
2 Tow Trucks QCPD with Rerscue Teams Novaliches and San Francisco Del Mente
2 Dump Trucks (QCPD with Rescue Teams Boundary Quezon City I Mankino
6 Ambulances QCPD With Crews Tc'tahan, San Frarcslco. Novanches, Tatalon
1 Rubber Boat with Rescue Team Ma~allanes, 5LEX
1 M35 with Rescue Team MPD Isla Puting Bato, T ondo
NCR 5RU Van Regions II III, IV A and Metro Manila
Squad EMo-NHQ
SOO-NHQ
Engines
Water tanker
Mini-pumper
Rubber boats
Jaguar
Fire trucks
40 PNP HSS For Rescue Augmentation Pasig City
113 PNP SAF)
10 Rubber Boats
1 Galvanized Boat
1 Troop Carrier
26.6 Truck
25 PNP (MG)
z' Ambulances wi Crew
8 7107 Island Cruise (CVO og010f2 UNIT ASSETS DEPLOYED AREA RESULTS OF OPERATIONS
2. life Crafts non-motorteed
109 Uta Jack e ts
3 Spea<! Boats
MMDA
2 Rubber boats Edsa-Santolan Northboaund
1 Ambulance
5 Tow Trucks Edsa
4 Fort<lifts
1 Light Truck Provldent Village, Mankin. City
Portable floodlights
Generator
1 Rescue Van Grand-Villas Kati unan, Quezon City
77 Personnel with dump trucks and clearing Major thoroughfares in entire Metro manila
equipment
Manlifter
Firetrucks
Fori<. Lifts
Ambulance
Rescue Van
Tow Tr1JCkS
SBMA
SBMA Fire Department 15 Personnel Metro Manila
SWAT (lED 10 Rescue van
1 RUbber boat
:2 Dumpwcks
US CONTINGENT
1 Officer
17 Epa wi Ni ht Capability E ulp.
2 Rubber boats
1 Chopper (Bell 214)
3 US Personnel Pasig City
2 WaterCra~. Page 2 of 2

Sitrep No.1 0

Tab A-2

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" LIST OF RESCUED PERSONS

As of 28 September 2009, 4:00 PM

ASSETS DEPLOYED RESCUED AREA
Valenzuela
Marikina
Taguig
Araneta
Makati
San Juan
peG 2,784 Sta. Ana
Quezon City
Rizal
Biak na Bato
LaQuna
Paranaque
Pasig
Malabon
PNART 1,350 Marikina
Navotas
MMDA 250 Marikina
San Juan
PNP Maritime Group 625 Malabon
Pasio
Marikina
PNPSAF 287 Provident Villaqe Marikina
Pasig
Quezon City
NCRCOM 1,648 San Juan
Marikina
Makati Search and Rescue ARESCOM 16 Marikina
AFP 70 Paranaque
20 Quezon City
40 R Papa 8t
PNRC 117 8to Domingo, QC
10 Arnorante,
115 Kalentonq, Mandaluyong
PNSWAG 4 Provident Villaqe, Marikina
MMDA 70 ED8A Ortioas Extension
PSG 4
BFP 402
2 rItata I ities)
51st Ebde. PA with DRRU equipment 94 Brgy libis Quezon City
GRAND TOTAL 7,908 Sitrep No. 10

Tab B

Effects of Tropical Storm "ONDOY" AFFECTED POPULATION

As of 28 SEPTEMBER 2009, 4:00 PM

Inside Evacuation Outside Evacuation TOTAL SERVED -
AFFECTED No,of CURRENT
Region/Province! Evac Centers Centers {Inside + Outside)
Mun/City Centers
Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons
GRAND TOTAL 398 901223 4531033 207 231147 1151990 7,791 361421 301938 152A11
REGION I 5 75 244
PANGASINAN 5 75 244
BOLlNAO 2 4 4
SUAL 1 6 39
DAGUPAN CITY 2 65 201
'REGION 11 2 140 700 0 a 0 140 700 140 700
QUIRINO 2 140 700 140 700 140 700
CABARROGUIS 1 112 560 11.2 560 112 560
RIZAL 1 28 140 28 140 28 1,40
NCR 67 10,921 58,161 143 10,686 56,986 235 1,175 10,921 58,161
MANDALUYONG CITY 9 1,321 6,605 6 1,086 5,430 235 1.175 1,321 6,605
MANILA CI.TY 14 940 4,700 14 940 4,700 940 4,700
MARIKINA CITY 3 136 636 3 136 636 136 636
MUNTINLUPA CITY 8 923 4,615 8 923 4,615 923 4,615
NAVOTAS CITY 2 26 135 2 26 135 26 135
PARANAQUE CITY 3 450 2,250 3 450 2,250 450 2,250
PASIG CITY 4 919 4,595 4 919 4,595 919 4,595
LAS PINAS CITY 1 1,365 6,825 13 1,365 6,825 1,365 6,825
CALOOCAN CITY 1 1,011 6,825 24 1,011 6,825 1,011 6,825
MAKATI CITY 1 259 2,645 11 259 2,645 259 2,645
VALENZUELA CITY 1 914 4,572 24 914 4,572 914 4,572
MALABON CITY 1 637 3,505 12 637 3,505 637 3,505
PATEROS CITY 6 205 1,178 6 205 1,176 205 1,178
QUEZON CITY 3 260 1,400 3 280 1,400 280 1,400
TAGUIG CITY 10 1,535 7,675 10 1,535 7,675 1,535 7,675
REGION III 202 48,557 232,452 26 3,444 16,292 6,332 28,820 9,776 45,112
BATMN 8 2,352 10,644 1 8 30 '2 10 10 40
1 Balanqa City 1 10 45 1 B 30 2 10 10 40
20rani 2 4 20
3 Mariveles 1 3 16
4 Hermosa 4 2,335 10,563
BULACAN 113 31,553 159,486 19 3,281 15,500 2,930 14,650 6.211 30,150
1 Angat 1 20 100
2 Ba/agtas 7 2,100 12,000 - -
3 Baliwag 5 1,524 9,184 5 1,416 6,231 1.416 6,231
4 Boceue 6 1,640 7,500 .
5 Bu/acan 2 104 403 - -
6 Bustos 10 2,589 12,945 10 1,780 8,900 1,780 8,900
7 CaJumpit 2 600 2,300
8 Guiguinto 14 2,800 14,000 .
9 Hagonoy 2 49 198 2 49 198 49 198
10 Mal%s 1 19 86 1 19 86 19 86
11 Marilao 8 5,945 23,780
12 Meycauayan 15 4,600 22,800
13 Plaridel 4 1,400 8,320 1 17 85 17 85
14 San Miguel 36 8,163 45,870 2,930 14,650 2,930 14,650
PAMPANGA 74 14,202 60,612 6 155 762 3,400 14,160 3,555 14,922
1 Arayat 1 200 1,000 200 1,000 200 1,000
2 Becolor 2 36 180
3 Lubao 28 8,739 34,965
4 Maba/acat 3 20 100 1,500 6,080 1,500 6,080
5 San Simon 13 970 3,808 200 1,000 .200 1,000
6 San Luis 10 2,125 11,519
7 San Fernando City 5 134 670 5 134 670 134 670
8 St~. Tomas 2 1,500 6,080 1,500 6,080 1.500 6,080
9 Ste. Rita 10 478 2,290 1 21 92 21 92
NUEVA ECIJA 7 450 1,710 0 0
1 Ucab 7 450 1,710 •

REGION IV-A 102 28,104 149,854 37 9,002 42,637 0 0 9,002 42,637
BATANGAS 30 1,964 9,748 18 1,685 8,353 1,685 8,353
1 Calaca 2 9 45 - -
2 Nasugbu 2 45 225 2 45 225 45 225
3 Lemery 9 1,140 5,700 4 1,140 5,700 1,140 5,700
4 Balayan 4 270 1,350 2 270 1,350 270 1,350
5 Bauan 1 5 25 1 5 25 5 25
6 Laurel 1 35 100 1 35 100 35 100
7 Tanauan City 9 170 853 5 170 853 170 853
8 Talisay 2 20 100 1 20 100 20 100
9 Ba/ayan 270 1,350 2 - -
LAGUNA 46 20,824 113,526 11 5,li01 25,204 5,501 25,204
1 Pangil 1 120 495 1 116 495 116 495
2 Aiaminos 2 14 72 1 14 72 14 72
3 Paete 3 71 314 1 71 314 71 314
4 Los Banos 1 1,117 4,468 1 483 1,932 483 1,932
5 Cabuyao 1 741 2,408 1 741 2,408 741 2,408
6 Bay 1 1,239 5,389 1 439 1,756 439 1,756
7 Lumban 1 150 600 1 150 600 150 600
8 Pi/a 1 773 3,092 1 13 52 13 52
9 Pakil 1 853 3,412 1 279 1,116 279 1,116
10 Victoria 1 495 1,980
11 Calamba City 22 3,166 18J596 1 2,660 14,262 2,660 14,262
12 Sta. Cruz 11 12,085 72,700 1 535 2,197 535 2,197
RIZAL 26 5,316 26,580 8 1,.816 9,080 1,816 9,080
1 Tanay 10 503 2,515 2 503 2,515 503 2,515
2 Taytay 5 3,500 17,500 . -
3 Angono 1 50 250 1 50 250 50 250
4 Morong 1 100 500 1 100 500 100 500
5 Rodriguez 2 735 3,675 1 735 3,675 735 3,675
6 San Mateo 2 200 1,000 1 200 1,000 200 1,000
7 Antipolo City 1 24 120 1 24 120 24 120
8 Teresa 4 204 1,020 1 204 1,020 204 1,020
REGION IV-8 4 720 3,600 0 0 0 720 3,600 720 3,6(10
OCCMINDORO 4 720 3,600 0 0 0 720 3,600 720 3,600
1 Magsaysay 2 120 600 120 600 120 600
2 San Jose 2 600 3,000 600 3,000 600 3,000
REGION V 3 1,191 5,957 45 227 45 227
CAMARINES SUR 2 1,146 5,730 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1 Naga City 1 1,145 5,725 - -
2 Sangay 1 1 5 - -
MAS BATE 1 45 227 0 0 0 45 227 45 227
1 San Pascual 1 45 227 45 227 45 227
REGION IX 8 191 436 0 0 0 10 345 10 345
ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR 8 191 436 10 345 10 345
Zamboanga City 8 191 436 10 345 10 345
REGION XII 3 320 1,600 1 15 75 305 1,525 320 1,600
SULTAN KUDARAT 3 320 1,600 1 15 75 305 1,525 320 1,600
Kalamansig 3 320 1,600 1 15 75 305 1,525 320 1,600
CAR 2 4 29 0 0 0 4 29 4 29
APAYAO 1 1 4 0 0 0 1 4 1 4
Kabugao 1 1 4 1 4 1 4
BENGUET 1 3 25 0 0 0 3 25 3 25
Kabayan 1 3 25 3 25 3 25 Sources. DSWD and OCDRs

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EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" CASUALTIES

As of 28 SEPTEMBER 2009, 4:00 PM

REG'ION/PR.OVINCEI Name Age Address Cause ( Date I Remarks
MUNICIPALlTVIBARANGAY
GRAND TOTAL 140 DEAD
NCR 7
3 unidentified person Muntinlupa City
2 unidentified person Quezon City
1 unidentifjed person Marikina City
1 unidentified person San Juan
CAR 1
1 Ronnie Bahala 21 Brgy. Lutaucan. Kabugao, Apayao Drowned
REGION III 36
.B ULA CAN 24
1 Roberto Pacao 55 Brgy. Cainqln, Bocaue , Bulacan Drowned
1 Anqelica Arajo 5 Brgy. Mayan, Bustos, Bulacan Drowned
1 Benjamin Juliano 31 BrQV. Matamla, Bustos, Bulacan Drowned
1 Rodel Casino 30 Brgy. liang-liang, Guiguinto, Bulacan Drowned
1 Ramon Demistrosa Brgy. Bayugo, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned
1 Furtunato Saturnino Brgy. Halhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned
1 Faustino Policarpio Brgy. Salovsov, Meycau~an, Bulacan Drowned
1 Jan Joven 17 Brgy. Graceville, SJDM, Bulacan Drowned
1 Erick Portugal 19 BrQV. Sulucaon, Pob .. Bocaue, Bulacan Electrocuted
1 Abet San Pedro erov Antipona, Bocaue. Bulacan Drowned
1 Liqaya Lacap 40 Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Drowned
1 Carrneltta L. Viray 38 Brgy. Lambakin, Manlao, Bulacan Drowned
1 Feliza M. Acap 78 Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Drowned
1 Hermogenes L Viray 78 Brgy. Lambakin, Manlao, Bulacan Drowned
1 Lito SR. Estrada 26 Brgy. Saog, Manlao, Bulacan Drowned
1 Agustin Margallo 22 Brqv. Bigie, Norzagaray, Bulacan Due to Landslide
1 Eddie 4 Brgy. Bigle, NorzagarCly. Bulacan Due to Landslide
1 Ervin Marlon Brcv, Bigt.e. Norzagaray. Bulacan Due to Landslide
1 Jasmin 8 Brgy. Bigle, Norzagaray, Bulacan Due to Landslide
1 Jasper 4 Brgy. Bigte, Norz<lgaray. Bulacan Due to Landslide
4 unidentified)
PAMPANGA 12
1 Mark Galang 15 Brgy. San Juan Bani'o, Arayat, Due 10 Landslide
1 Marco Galang 10 Brgy. San Juan BaQY.o, Arayat. Due to Landslide
1 Riza Portacio 28 Brqv, San Juan Banyo, Aravat, Due to Landslide
1 Sonny Boy Portacio Jr. 8 Brgy. San Juan Ban.yo. Arayat, Due to Landslide
1 Sonnvlvn Portacio 5 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Due to Landslide
1 Raiza Portacio 4 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat. Due to Landslide
1 Catalina Dela Cruz 83 Brgy. San Juan Ba'lY'O, Arayat. Due to Landslide
1 Mary Anne Dela Cruz 10 Brqy. San Juan Banyo, Ar~at, Due to Landslide
1 Marlon Dela Cruz 11 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Due to Landslide
1 Sherly Dela Cruz (pregnant) B1 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Due to Landslide
1 Manilyn Dela Cruz 12 Brgy. San Juan BanYQ, Araya!, Due to Landslide
1 McGayver Dela Cruz 6 I~:;!· Vd,.~ ... ual pa"yu. Mlay, .. , Due to Landslide
REGION IV-A 96
BATANGAS 1
1 Ronel C. Morsia I 27 vrs, IBrgy. Sinisian, Calaca, BataTl9.as hit by a fallen tree
CAVITE 2
1 Caroline Perez I 28 Kawit. Cavite I
1 Archie Perez I 24 Brgy Salcedo, Novelete, Cavite I Hit by collapsed wall
LAGUNA 10
1 Mario Blanco Brgy Santo An...Q..el Central. Sta Cruz, Drowning
1 Rafols David Calamba
1 Myrna Bonon dela Cruz 6 Sta Rosa City, Laguna
1 Kyla dela Pena 6 Sta Rosa City, La:9.una
1 Edemar Dumalaon Esolano 35 San Pedro. Laguna
1 Cpl Adriano Rlqua PA Famy Laguna
1 CCA Reno Olagir Farnv Laguna
1 CCA Florencio Deguino Famy Laguna
1 CCA Pedro Multifalcon Famy Laguna
1 CCA Joel Hemalin Famy Laguna
QUEZON 1
1 Aurelio B. Flistado 50 yrs. Poblacion, Caluag, Quezon drownino
R1ZAL 82
25 for identifi.cation Tanay
13 for identification Antipolo
12 for identification Angono
5 for identification Baras
1 for identification Cainta
10 for identification Rodriguez
4 for identification Morong
10 for identification San Mateo
1 for identification Taytay
1 for identification Teresa GRAND TOTAL 2 INJURED
REGION IV-A 2
1 Reinan Galicia Sta. Cruz, Laguna
1 Salvador Garcia Bacoor, Cavite Electrocution
CAR 3
1 Tlto Simpoda sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, covered by landslide
Benguet
1 Marcelo Simpoda sltio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, covered by landslide
Benguet
1 Galeba Tobiangon sltio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, covered by landslide
Benguet
GRANO TOTAL 32 MISSING
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CAR 1
1 Pihet Cabiag sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, covered by landslide
Benguet
REGION II 1
1 Florante Ramirez 15 lIagan, Isabela
REGION I 9
1 Alberto de Gamo Infanta, Pangasinan
1 Wilson Que Infanta, Pangasinan
1 Johndel de Gamo Infanta, Pangasinan
1 Ignacio Raga Infanta, Pangasinan
1 Larry Villaflor Infanta, Pangaslnan
1 Bebot Sequina Infanta, Pangasinan
1 Esterio Mejala Infanta, Pangaslnan
1 Arman Mejala Infanta, Pangasinan
1 a certain Ricky Infanta, Pangasinan
REGION III 2
PAMPANGA 1 Mack-Mack Galang 9 Sitio Bungao, San Juan Banyo, Arayat, due to landslide
Pampanga
1 Marco Galang 10 Sil.io Bungao, San Juan Banyo, Arayat. due to landslide
Pampanga
BULACAN 1 Christopher Nieto 32 Brgy. Bolacan, Bocaue, Bulacan
1 Rex Baltao 34 Brgy. Bolacan, Bocaue, Bulacan Drowned
REGION IV-A 20
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TABE

EFFECTS of Tropical Storm "ONDOY" DAMAGED HOUSES

As of 28 September 2009, 4:00 PM

REGION Province/Municipality DAMAGED HOUSES REMARKS
TOTALLY PARTIALLY
GRAND TOTAL 558
204 354
III Sub-Total 17 27
Bulacan 15 25
Bustos 8
SanMiguel 7 25
Pampan,ga 2 2
San Luis 2 2
IV-A Sub-Total 177 282
Batangas 8 0
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Laguna 43 4
Ca/amba City 34
Paefe 1
Pangil 6 1
Billan 3 2

Cavite 126 278
GMA 19 42
Gen. Trias 30 0
Nove/efa 12 0
Cavite City 1 1
Bacoor 4 5
Ternale 30 114
Dasmartnas 0 2
Maragondon 30 114

IX Sub-Total 10 45
ZamboC\nga Del Sur 10 45
Zamboanga City 10 45 Source: OCD Regional Centers IV·A & DROMIC

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Tab F

EFFECTS OF TYPHOON "Ondoy" Cost of Assistance

As of 28 Sep 2009,. 12:00 NN

Assistance NDCC DSWO DOH DepEd LGUs NGOsIOther
ReglonlProvincelMun/Clty TOTAL
SlICQ of Rice OII>erRel1ef GOII
GRAND TOTAL 600 667,500 2,678,997.00 2,159,760.30 5,506,257.30
CAR 4,000.00 10,250.00 14,250.00
Apayao 2,.000 4,250.00 6,250.00
I Kabugao 2,000.00 4,250.00 6,250.00
Benguet 2,000.00 6,000.00 8,000.00
Kabayan 2,000.00 6,000.00 8,000.00
REGION II 23,800.00
Quirino 23,800.00
REGION 111 600 667,500.00 1,909,404.90 1,712,139.30
Bulacan 600 547,500.00 527,250.00 222,612.00
Province 600 547,500.00 205,580.00
Baliuag 150,237.00
Bustos 167,110.00
Plaridel 4,323.00
San Miguel 222,612.00
Pampanga 120,000.00 854,904.90 1,266,915.30
Slo. Tomas 267.,254.00
Arayat 120,000.00 254,545.90 671,471.30
San Simon 32,085.00
3rd District 226,490.00
San Fernando City 74,530.00 31,500.00
Masanlo 343,560.00
sta. Ana 84,000.00
Candaba 125,884.00
sta Rita 10,500.00
REGION IVA 608,312.50 69,321.00
Batangas 213,312.50 69,321.00
Laguna BO,OOO.OO
Riz.al 300,000.00
Cavite 15,000.00
REGION IVB 84,000.00 90,000.00
Occtdenta] Mindoro 84,000.00 90,000.00
MaQsaysay 84,000.00 90,000.00 174,000.00
REGION V 73,279.60 4,250.00
Camarines Sur 33,600.00
Pasacao (strandees) 33.600.00 33,600.00
Masbate 39,679.60 4,250.00
lsan Pascual 39,679.60 4.250.00 43,929.60
REGION IX 2S0,00D.DO
Zamboanga del Su'r 250,000.00
IZamboanga City 250,000.00 250.000.00 SitRep No.10

TabG

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" Status of National Roads and Bridges As of 28 September 2009, 4:00 PM

DISTRICT/DAMAGEI STRUCTURES/ST A.
LIMIT SITUATIONJ STATUS ACTIONS TAKEN
REGION II
ISAB.ELA 4TH DEO
1 Jet. Ipil Boundary Road, K0367+800-K0368+800 Scoured Roadway & Shoulder
NUEVAVIZCAYA
1 K0255+200-255+800 Ablan Section Bambang Eroded Shoulder Collapased Retalnlnq Wall
2 K0302+500, Nanampanan Section Diad Scoured Shoulder
K0255+796 Bato Bridge So. Approach,
3 Bayombong
BAMBANG-KASIBU-QUEZON-SOLANO RD.
1 Rosario Section Bambang Scoured roadway
2 K0312+324 Papaya Malabang Section Scoured roadway
REGION III
BULACAN
1 Manila North Road- Pandayan Section krn. Not Passable to light vehicles underwater Area Engineers and maintenance crew are
20+900 (0.5m deep) deployed along various national roads to
PAMPANGA1ST monitor roads and bridge conditions
1 Rotonda Allied Bank to Kings Lumber Not Passable to all types of vehicfes Area Engineers and maintenance crew are
Km 66+900- Km 67+500, San Fdo .. Sect 0.80m - 0.90m flood water deployed along various national roads to
monitor roads and bridge conditions
San Fernando Lubao Road (Old Road) San Not Passable to all types of vehicles Area Engineers and maintenance crew are
2 Nicholas Plaza, Sto Cristo, Guagua krn 76+900- deployed along various national roads to
km77+950 0.60m - 0.90m flood water monitor roads and bridge conditions
AURORA
1 Baler-Casiguran Road Bungo River, Not Passable to all types of vehicles Area Engineers and maintenance crew are
km 319-320 Brgy Mapalad, Dinalungan underwater (0 .. 5 -1m deep) deployed along various national roads to
NUEVA ECIJA monitor roads and bridge conditions
1 Cabatangan River Not Passable to all types of vehicles Area Engineers and maintenance crew are
krn. 180+000 Brgy Villa Aurora. Ma Aurora underwater (0.5-1m deep) deployed along various national roads to
ZAMBALES monitor roads and bridge conditions
1 Olongapo-Bugalion Road Carael Sec., Botolan Not Passable to all types of vehicles
km 195+550-km 195+600 40-80 em flood water
REGION IV-A
BATANGAS
1 Lemery Diversion Not Passable for light vehicles
underwater 0.4 m. deep
2 Palico-Balayan-Batangas Road Not Passable Scoured Embankment and Clearing/Removal of Pavement, damaged
Gawong Bridge. Km. 113+192 Protection of First Approach Structure and logs coconut trees and debris
3 Bauan-Mabini Road
K0166+000 to K0168+000 and K0173+000 Not Passable due to Landslide Warning Signs/Barricade Installed
CAVITI:
1 Tagaytay-Taal Lake Km 57+000 Not Passable due to Landslide Warning Signs/Banicade Installed
Maintenance Crew on-going clearing
2 Tagaytay-Talisay Road Km 60+000 Not Passable due to Landslide Warning Signs/Barricade Installed
RIZAL Maintenance Crew on-going clearing
1 Road Vertical Settlement km 31 +100 Not Passable Warning Signs/Barricade Installed
Backfilling of suitable materials on-going
2 Sumulong Highway km .24+000 Not Passable due to Landslide Warning Signs/Barricade Installed
Near Padis Point & Cloud 9 Sect. Clearing Operation on-going
3 Maarcos Highway Not Passable 2nd Approach Washed out
3rd Concrete Bridge krn 35+861 Warning Signs/Barricade Installed
4 PiJilia-Jala-jala Road Quisao Bridge Not Passabl e to all types of vehicles due to
Eroded Slope
5 Marikina-Infanta Road Not Passable due to Landslide Warning Signs/Barricade Installed
CAR
KALiNGA
1 Mt. Province - Cagayan via Tabuk Closed due to landslides
(Tangadan Section) On going road clearing operation. -

MT. PROVINCE
1 Baguio - Bontoc Road Close-Open Situation due to On going road clearing operation.
(Sabangan Section) mud and rock slide
NCR
MAKATI CITY
1 Guadalupe Viejo J. Rizal Not Passable to light vehicles due to flood
MALABON CITY
1 C4-Letre Not Passable to all types of vehicles
2 Tenejeros Not Passable to light vehicles
3 MH del Pilar Not Passable to light vehicles
due to flood (knee deep)
4 Panghulo Road Not Passable to light vehicles
due to flood (knee deep)
5 Catmon to Gov. Pascual Not Passable to light vehicles
due to flood (leg deep)
6 Brgy.Dampii Not Passable to light vehicles
due to flood (leg deep)
QUEZON CITY
1 E. Rodriguez cor Araneta Avenue Not Passable to light vehicles
due to flood (leg deep)
VALENZUELA CITY
1 MH Del Pilar infront of Pio ES Palasan Not Passable to light vehicles
due to flood (11 inches deep)

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